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From the live music in Nashville to Civil War Monuments and hiking in the Smoky Mountains, Moon Handbooks Tennessee is the guide to the best the state has to offer, both on and off the beaten path. Practical information includes suggested travel strategies and lists of must-see sights, plus essentials on dining, transportation, and accommodations for a range of budgets. Complete with details for binging on the best barbecue, paying tribute at Graceland, and a host of outdoor activities, Moon Handbooks Tennessee gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
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Jeff Bradley went off to the University of Tennessee intent on becoming a broadcaster, but a few weeks convinced him to switch to journalism. He became a stringer for The New York Times, and this led to an offer to teach writing to Harvard freshmen. Bradley and wife decamped to Massachusetts. While privately decrying the attitudes that Harvardians held toward Southerners, Bradley and two other Tennesseans never passed up a chance to hijack dinner parties with an endless repertoire of snake stories, tales of weird relatives, and Baptist gospel disk jockeys. It finally dawned on Bradley that, short of loading up outlanders in buses and giving them personal tours of Tennessee, the best way of explaining this remarkable state to infidels was to write a book about it.Review:
"The latest in the batch of Moon Handbooks releases proves again that Moon is one of the finest travel series around. What sets Moon apart from most guidebooks is the attention to detail, and more importantly, a respect for the topic."
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